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of 10:30 a.m. at 6:00 p.m.. at 10:30 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. during the spring and summer hours. the permitee is required to maintain the space surrounding their concession. the financial projections are the following a period their minimum annual guarantee is $12,000 a year. the rent is 11% of sales. the staff informed the party of our intention and the approval to put them behind. it has received support from staff, the selection panel, the office of economic workforce development, and the chamber of commerce. i'm done, sorry. >president buell: i have a question before we go to public comment. for that whole area, is there a process in place or is it anticipated that there will be a process to look at a master plan for that area since we are adding uses? >> this has come out a number of different times. it calls for a plaza designe behind the bandshell. it is a project that we are very interested in. it is among our fund-raising goals. it is a large, capital project. we have not started a public communication in the engagement process. other than that which took place during the master plan
:00 p.m. approvethrough 1:00 a.m. >>> this morning's commute looks quiet because of the federal holiday. the john hanson highway. vre is closed. headlights in this camera are seeing a little more action, the northbound side is the one getting more action. >>> there is encouraging news this morning from tucson. congresswoman gabrielle giffords is breathing without the help of a machine. >> emily schmidt has the latest congresswoman and the fallout from the rampage. >> her condition has been upgraded from critical to serious. she is breathing on her own. she has a tracheotomy that will allow her to speak when she is able. >> it is much more comfortable. she's more weight and she can participate in more of her own care and physical guarantee. >> she is one of three shooting victims still in hospital more than a week after the shooting. >> i looked over and it was, bang, bang, bang. >> survivors are trying to come to grips. his wife brought a nine-year-old neighbor with them to the event. >> she took a little neighbor's girl way that morning and was not able to bring her home. >> the accuse
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any. we had upwards of three to four units parked in front of the -- from about 1:00 a.m. until 2:00 p.m.. >> would you like to comment about the issue of the ones being seen. >> we have had her for a month now. >> how long have you had the one? >> i have been there for about a year and a half. >> can you explain what the reasoning is behind that? >> number16, directly across the street is a small strip mall. there is like a walgreen's or others and the parking lot holds anywhere from 15-20 cars. why we put it this commission the bond is that we have seen a direct. relation between that and parking lot and it's up. -- we have seen a direct relation between that parking lot and of the club. i watched two different vehicles parked in the parking lot, crank up the sound, and dance in the parking lot, shut their car down and then go to the club. that parking lot is a catchall, people who are not point to the club and they will sit across the street and as people going to and from the clubs, these people will cause problems. this is not like there are other streets going on. if this club was
. the vast majority of the widespread snow will be falling around and after 5:00 p.m. threw 1:00 a.m. we are in the 20's right now to nearly 30 degrees. we are not anticipating any mixed precipitation. here is the timeline. widespread snow starting at 5:00 p.m. and lasting until 1:00 a.m. 3 inches in the metro area. slightly higher totals to the northeast of the metro area. in the piedmont and the shenandoah valley, lesser amounts. >>> inner loop the beltway, left exit for 270 north, a truck lost its load. that has been moved to the left shoulder. there's light volume in your favor. there are no accidents in virginia. metro rail is on normal service systemwide. back to you. >> thank you. >>> we begin with new developments in the tragedy in tucson. suspect in the deadly rampage jared loughner is being held without bail. he killed six and wounded more than a dozen, including congresswoman gabrielle giffords. she was shot in the head, but she is responding to a verbal commands. >> president obama will attend a memorial service tomorrow in tucson. diana has the latest developments. >> when j
has proposed monday through thursday from 10:00 a.m. until 10:00 p.m., friday and saturday from 10 a.m. to 11:00 p.m. may contain no more than 10 seats, including sidewalk seating. there is a 30 foot line inside. i do not know what is going to happen to all the other people queuing up. are they going to end up on the sidewalk? are they going to end up in front of tangerine? are they going to block the doors of the apartment houses next door? i do not know. there is a lot of people that support ike's and come there. and they stand on the street. please do not grant this conditional use. thank you for your time. president miguel: chris rollerson, kenneth cohen, sam black. >> hello. i am chris rawlinson. i live two blocks from the old location and half a block from the new location. a few years ago, there was a cafe, and they tried to put streets on -- i tried to put seats on the street. we appeal the decision and one to keep the tables and chairs of our street. -- we appealed the decision and won to keep the tables and chairs of our street, so our street was quiet. that changed after ike
for a little more feedback on whether the meetings should start at a certain time. dj am, 1:00 p.m., or a different time, -- 10:00 a.m.. and we're also looking for the planning commission to have a hearing on calaveras. it is the first item on the planning commission's tentative agenda. if the commission is meeting in the morning of the 27th, we are not sure you will still be in session by around 3:00, and this could be coming to was around 3:30, so there could be a special meeting on the 28 -- could be coming to us around 3:30. so there could be a special meeting on the 28th. president vietor: i prefer the morning, and i could even go a little bit earlier, but i do not know, commissioner caen is not here and does not like to start early. mornings were quite a bit better for me. -- work quite a bit better for me. we have got all three of those thursday's -- thursdays. commissioner: that would work for me. secretary housh: on the 27th, if we started later, a working assumption is that the planning commission, since this is the first item, we would probably be finished within the fir
. but the number of accidents remain the same. 15 speed cameras operate from 6:00 am until 8:00 pm. >> hostility between residents and the goverment continue in egypt. 45 are dead and hundreds injured. >> in the streets of cairo, egyptians are battling themselves for the future of their country. their countrymen are joining the fight outside washington and at the united nations. >> we want a fresh start. >> there was a demonstration in atlanta. >> the egyptians are suffering. >> bad situation. people are killed in the streets. >> a nation of 80 million is waiting to see what the president will do. he promised a successor but is not stepping down. as they worry about relatives back home, tens of thousands of american tourists and workers are caught in the middle. the relatives can only wait and worry. >> they have been told not to leave the front of the hotel area. >> the government is lokinoking into evacuations. there could be a political ripple effect that could change the middle east. >> a big splash. today was the 15th annual polar bear plunge. they did this to raise money for the special ol
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have a little freezing rain between 11:00 p.m. at 1:00 a.m. an inch of snow and sleet. on top of that, a light coating of ice. 1:00 a.m. through the day tomorrow, i expect just cold rain. and a former air aloft and at the service to work into our region to give us just cold rain. for the metro area and the majority of our region throughout the day tomorrow, that is. there's a chance of prolonged freezing precipitation west of the blue ridge and in the shenandoah valley and blue ridge. exercise caution tomorrows especially north and west. hagerstown, winchester, martinsburg, those areas. a few snow flurries possible to route the day, otherwise criticize. high temperatures around freezing. if temperatures not moving much. between 8:00 at 11:00 p.m., snow. 11:00 p.m. and onward, freezing rain. around 2:00 a.m., turning to just rain. near 30 by the end of the weekend on the weekend. >>> looks good out of southern maryland, route 4, route 5, 228, 210. no problems in and out of baltimore. 270 is clean. nothing on 70. looks good in virginia on the greenway and the toll road. hov rules are li
. the northeast corridor, instead of a $3 fee in the a.m. and p.m. in the inbound and outbound direction, it would be a $6 fee in the evening only in the outbound direction. this was in response to a lot of businesses who were concerned about people coming in in the evening to go to cultural institutions or to come in and have dinner or what have you and businesses said what about a fee only at one time of day and what about a fee to get out rather than get in? we analyzed this and it does seem like a good candidate for a pilot or demonstration program. the other demonstration we analyzed was what we call the southern gateway. in this case it's a return to the $3 fee in the a.m. and p.m. time periods in both directions and instead of looking at a citywide approach or even a downtown focused approach, to look at the most congested corridor. not the most congested area of san francisco, but the most congested sort of travel core id orr. this would be a fee on crossings at the county line between san francisco and san mateo. in this case rather than investing program revenue for all the trip making i
:00 a.m. through 7:00 p.m. the restrooms will be key controlled by on site personnel. linc is our property manager. they will implement a secure system so that the restrooms remain secure in the event of a locked or lost keys. the doors will be self-locking, so after someone is done using it, the facility will lock itself, only accessible with the key. if there is someone in the restroom and they are in need of help, they will be able to call out and the sound will be able to carry through the doors. and next to a security camera will be added to our current system that will monitor the entrances to the restrooms to ensure there is no one that is hanging around the front. security personnel will be able to monitor that visually and through the camera system. security, janitorial maintenance, and repairs will be the responsibility of linkec as part of their agreement with the tjpa. linc shall be responsible for indemnifying the tjpa or ac transit for the cost of passengers using restaurants. if the agreement is approved, our next of would be to implement the order and installation
yes. >> ok. >> we would not do anything prior to 11:00 a.m.. from 11 a.m. until 6:00 p.m., we have the flexibility. >> do you understand how the recycling was? >> mcnaught. >> bartenders are behind the bar and they have a trash can and they throw everything in it. the bottles are the heaviest and then make the largest noise. this separates trash and bottles. that makes a huge amount of noise. they do it for free, they comply with recycling. that is how it works. this is a very noisy proposition. if he comes out to do the reciting and it takes him three hours to recycle a heavy night, and they will have to change the time. if you will do that, maybe we should write in what time you will do bottle recycling. >> it used to be at 9:00 a.m.. we tried to find a time where things could be an on site. we tried to get things done somewhere around lunch. why don't we put this into the conditions of the time frame. >> on your back door, there are two doors. how much space between the two doors. >> may be about six or 7 feet. >> what happens in that space? what is there? >> not much. >> why wo
site. the proposed hours of operation of the store are 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. monday through saturday and -- and 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. on sunday. as far as issues and considerations, there are approximately 118 -- operating retail service and business -- restaurant businesses with the upper commercial district and estimate that, 15 to 25 or approximately 12 to 25% of the businesses that appear to call -- qualify as formula uses. today the department has not received letters or phone calls in opposition to the project. the project sponsor conducted a community outreach meeting that indicated that the fillmore street merchant's association and the pacific heights resident's association had no objection to the retail store. and the project sponsor has submitted a petition with approximately 120 signatures for merchants and neighborhoods in support of the proposed project. the manning department's preliminary recommend -- the planning demmed department's recommendation will allow for relocation of the existing store from 2060 fillmore street to the project site. the majority of the establishm
the most dangers will be between 2:30 a.m. and 6:00 p.m. because a lot of drunk drivers and under the influence will be driving and some will get up around 4:00 a.m., 5:00 a.m. and try to drive home without realizing that they still cannot because they are still under the influence. so anybody who is watching now should be very careful if they are going to be out on the streets at this time. reporting live in bethesda, wishing you all a very safe and happy new year. >> same to you. >>> obviously the message is clear-cut. don't get behind the wheel if you have been drinking at all tonight. washington regional alcohol program is offering rides home free. all night long until 6:00 a.m. saturday, new year's day. all you have to do is call the number to get a free cab ride for up to a 30 dollars fare. >>> disputed number of sex assaults in the district. the lis department says serious sex assaults are up 11% from last year. police department says. and accuses another of cooking the numbers. head of dc's police says by putting them all together it makes it appear that a huge problem is
rainshowers with a little snow. precip 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. but probably midnight to 4 a.m. is when we'll gets the bulk of whatever we'll get. right now only looks like a trace to two inches. satellite, we have clouds early, nice break is open, but to the north and west clouds are thicker and we're picking up a few returns on doppler hd. i don't think much of this is reaching the ground on the doppler because the air is dry. any flurries, it will be right up here in western maryland, maybe towards winchester. right now we have 42 degrees with calm winds. we've got partly sunny conditions, and we will start to see clouds thicken up over the next few hours. and there's a lot of cold air north and west. you committee see it in detroit 23. minneapolis 8. bismarck 6 below and all of this white pick area is below zero. some cases 10 to 20 below zero and we'll get a taste of that arctic air for the weekend. it will satellite and big picture, you see the snows going up to arkansas, missouri, coming into the ohio river, kentucky. there have been six plus inch snow totals there, but for us it's not goin
and from 10 a.m. and 5 p.m. on weekends. that work is going to continue until june 2012. the $1.6 billion project extends metro service from south of market to chinatown. >> the rain stopped and we see some fog this morning. >> still hanging around but no problems as far as flight arrival delays. that's good news. let's show where it is. hazy around the bay. fog still pretty thick along the coast and spilling through the golden gate bridge. we'll talk about a warming trend after some frigid nights as we head into the weekend. >> mike, thanks very much. and new federal guidelines out today that could have you rethinking the way you season your food. >> many babies eat it when they first start eating solid foods. now a new report says parents may want to change their kids' diets. [ female announcer ] why watch regular tv when you can experience the next generation of television service? at&t u-verse tv. tv like you've never seen before at a really great price. switch to at&t now to get u-verse tv starting at just $29 a month for six months, dvr included. or get up to $300 in promotion cards
. what are the hours here? >> 11:00 to 9:00 today, tomorrow, 10:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. and 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. sunday. >> and there's a crab picking contest. prizes and surprises. >> you get to take russell home. >> well, we need our singers for monday. the singers we have can't make it. call us and leave your number, get back to you today. give us a call. look at what i found down here. it's don and marty! they're on the high seas. >> that's in the classic woody. >> yeah. look at that. >> i think you were heading for charlie sheen's party. >> have a great weekend, we'll be here tomorrow for fan fest and you'll be here, too. >> absolutely. have a great weekend. that manic monday thing -- the people canceled and one person said, i'll come down -- get in touch. i said i would find the tiki bars. goody found it, too. i've-- well, that's the barge. no palm trees swaying in the breeze. let's look at my shot. that's what i'm talking about. i need a beach and 70 degrees. there, my friends want to go to jamaica. could be me in. i'll go. >> also, part of our continuing community commitment. sig
. during the week and from 10 a.m. and 5 p.m. on weekends. that work is going to continue until june 2012. the $1.6 billion project extends metro service from south of market to chinatown. >> the rain stopped and we see some fog this morning. >> still hanging around but no problems as far as flight arrival delays. that's good news. let's show where it is. hazy around the bay. fog still pretty thick along the coast and spilling through the golden gate bridge. we'll talk about a warming trend after some frigid nights as we head into the weekend. >> mike, thanks very much. and new federal guidelines out today that could have you rethinking the way you season your food. >> many babies eat it when they first start eating solid foods. now a new report says parents may want to change their kids' diets. ♪ >>> who else is wishing they were on the slopes? that snow they got yesterday, mike? >> about 6 to 11 inches. >> that's a big storm that blew through. >> a little more powerful than i thought. let's take a look show you what's left of that storme. that's pretty much nothing but the snow you se
't take much to cause problems. heaviest snow will fall between 7:00 a.m. and 1:00 p.m. on monday and a 1 to 4-inch snowfall is likely for the metro area, especially east of town. tuesday, we'll put this into motion. see, we just guest a trace, .10 in gaithersburg. as we get to tomorrow night, .310 for fredericksburg. after that, an 1.50 downtown and gaithersburg. the most will be up toward northeastern maryland and philadelphia. 4 or 5 inches will fall there. not a heavy storm, just a g lancing blow. 1 to 3 inches from the metro area from i-95 west, maybe 2 to 4 for annapolis and parts of prince general's county, is a pretty good bet -- prince g eorge's county, is a pretty good bet. downtown will be in the 20s. 21 in gatorsburg. 23 in reston. 23 in fairfax. 21 in leesburg and manassas. tomorrow morning you may see some flurries, but don't panic. temperatures in the 20s to around 30. and then by afternoon, cloudy and cold with light snow and inch or less by the evening. the high temperature's between 30 and 35 kind of one of those events it's a small event but a high impact. next three d
. this would be a work around, and this would operate in the a.m. and p.m. peaks, so five days a week. supervisor chu: with regards to one last issue that i do not think was really address -- at the end of the day, in order for the system to be more reliable and for switchbacks to not be necessary, we have a number of reasons why the delays occurred to begin with, and we have not had a very in-depth conversation about why it is we see these delays occur. we talked about system failures, potential problems with the equipment, trains being blocked because there are cars on the rails -- what kind of information do you have to explain what the root causes of the failures are? why are we seeing these delays in a system that you believe necessitate a turnaround? how can we change those root causes of the problem? >> i think john clearly explained the mechanical problems we are experiencing. we analyzed all the data to what the causes are, the root causes of vehicle breakdowns. they tend to be propulsion problems. we had a unique system with steps that go up and down depending on the high pl
periodically -- 10 p.m. to 6 a.m. is this done periodically? >> yes. independence day and halloween. we had almost 700 people use this program last new year's eve. >> reporter: who makes this program possible? >> it's the washington regional alcohol program. the call and service is free, but behind the scenes there's a free person charity footing the bill of about $70,000 to keep the program going. >> reporter: an excellent program. thank you so much for joining us. serb ride available to you tonight from 10 p.m. to 6 a.m. the number, 1-800-200-taxi. plug it into your phone now. that number could save your life. brian, back up to you. >>> now if you don't use serb ride, you can always hop on metro -- soberride, you can always hop on metro once the party winds down. stations will remain open till 3 a.m. the trains and metrobus will run on a sunday schedule new year's day. >>> speaking of new year's day the caps and penguins will be the center of the nhl world in tomorrow's winter classic. it's the outdoor hockey game at heinz field in pittsburgh, but it's facing challenges and a change of fa
/p.a. border and that's where the advisories have been posted. 9:00 p.m. tonight until 9:00 a.m. tomorrow morning. frederick. howard county. baltimore county. back into washington county as well. that's where most of the snow will follow. that's not very heavy. temps. 31 in haggerstown and martinsburg. produced a lot of snow in kentucky, ohio, back into missouri. heavy band of snow is actually passing to our north and west. secondary storm will develop off the new jersey coast. we will come back and tell you what that means to our morning commute. >> thank you, topper. >>> also tonight in your only local news at 7:00 p.m., don't hate, appreciate. the chinese president making the case to lawmakers his country's rising tide will also lift american boats. >>> metro reveals details of an armed robbery on the orange line. >>> many arrested in manassas. >>> i'm peggy fox in manassas where the a.t.f. and local law enforcers net 36 suspects in a major drug and guns bust. >> it was police everywhere. >> reporter: over the past two years undercover local detectives and a.t.f. agents made some 200
will be closed to traffic between hhmeland avenue and northern parkway from 7:00 a.m. until 3:00 p.m. with detours in effect. a civilian also died in the gunfire thaa killed officer torbit... and four others were injured.now an attorney for one offthe surviving victims wants the f-b-i involved in phe investigation.right now.. the baltimore city police is conducting theeinvestigation.. and an attorney for one of the women shot outside "select lounge" has concerns about that. 10:17:31 this is a horrific event an unusual event two people dead one a police officer 41 shots bullets shot by the police a number of unarmed citizens also struck by police bullets people want a. answers. if it's the result of the baltimore city pollce deptamtne then obviously were going to represent our clieet and ask they be fully and fairly ccmpensated forrthat. that.last week mayor stephanie rawlings-blake.... called for an independent agency to review the city's investigation the family of an unarmed man... shot and killed by an off-duty baltimore police officer last summer... files a lawsuit for wrongful d
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